This year as in the past, the concours will have special classes for Porsche's as well as Ferrari's through the year 1989. For those of you that are caretakers of Porsche 356 or early 911 cars, this is definitely the place for your car to be seen. You say, "I don't have one of those." Don't worry, this is also a multi-marque friendly show including hot rods, 1940 through 1973 along with the Heritage Avenue Exhibit, any vehicle, any year. If you haven't entered, do it today. If you just want to go as an onlooker, the event is designed to be a fun, free, family friendly, pedestrian walk-about with the streets closed, lined with beautiful cars and key to education for all. What better way to spend the day than on the streets of Carmel checking out the machinery. And, I almost forgot to mention, the shops lining the streets are decked out in window displays to celebrate the concours occasion.
|Rare Corvette "Grand Sport" rolls across the podium. Image via Road & Track.|
Here's a link to the Carmel-By-The-Sea Concours on the Avenue. See you there!
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